Tuesday Seattle Sightseeing Tours

Kick-off your time in Seattle Tuesday afternoon with one of our three offered tours. You can visit the original Pike Place Market, adventure through Seattle on a Bike Tour or participate in a land and water Ride the Ducks tour.


Ride the Ducks

Stretching nearly 20 miles from historical Pioneer Square to quirky Fremont, you’ll see all the sights of Seattle, plus a lot more on your land and water Duck Tour! This fun-filled 90 minute experience is packed with local folklore, historical information, jokes, and music.
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Stroll around Pike Place Market

Join us for Seattle’s original Pike Place Market food and cultural tour. Become a market insider and experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of this historic 100+ year-old landmark.
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Seattle Bike Tour

Our Seattle bike tour will take you through historic Seattle neighborhoods including, Belltown, Westlake, and Fremont. The route will be mostly flat terrain along the west shore of Lake Union.
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Wednesday Tour

Wednesday afternoon Summit participants will enjoy an informative tour of the Bullitt Center, billed as “The Greenest Commercial Building in the World.”

(C) Nic Lehoux for the Bullitt Center

Bullitt Center

Billed as “The Greenest Commercial Building in the World,” Seattle’s Bullitt Center is a 50,000-square-foot office building designed to be energy and carbon neutral. Occupants of the six-story $30 million living laboratory enjoy its composting toilets, toxic free building materials, and rooftop photovoltaic panels producing an estimated 230,000 kilowatt-hours a year.
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Optional Friday Energy Tours

Optional Friday tours will provide more information about energy projects happening in the Seattle area. You can choose to view the Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric project and visit the famous 270 foot waterfall, trek to Qualco Energy on the Farm Energy Tour with stops at Snoqualmie Ice Cream and 21 Acres for lunch, or visit the Bertschi School and Enwave Seattle on our Seattle Urban Energy tour.


Farm Energy Tour

The Farm Energy Tour will take you north of Seattle to visit an anaerobic digester at Qualco Energy. Then we'll stop at the sustainable farm, garden, community food center at 21 Acres where we will enjoy lunch. Note: The tour stop at Snoqualmie Ice Cream has been canceled.
snoqualmie falls

Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project

Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington state’s most popular scenic attractions. More than 1.5 million visitors come to the Falls every year. At the falls, you will find the famous 270 foot waterfall, a two-acre park, observation deck, the Salish Lodge, and a gift shop.
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Seattle Urban Energy Tour

On this half-day tour, participants will be able to see urban energy projects in the Seattle area. We’ll stop at the Bertschi School, which is the first LEED gold-certified building in the Pacific Northwest and Seattle Steam, which uses biomass to heat 200 buildings in Downtown Seattle.
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